Popular lawmaker ‘shuns’ money from politics, becomes palm oil seller as his side hustle, photos go viral

Popular lawmaker ‘shuns’ money from politics, becomes palm oil seller as his side hustle, photos go viral

– Stephen Amoah is a Ghanaian Member of Parliament for Nhiaeso

– The MP sells palm oil as a side hustle aside from his full-time job

– Amoah’s story has been shared on social media by a client who encountered him

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For his choice of a side hustle, Member of Parliament for Nhiaeso, Stephen Amoah, has come under the spotlight for selling palm oil aside from his full-time job.

Though MPs in Ghana’s political scene engage in other businesses aside from their full-time jobs, MPs usually indulge in ventures associated with prominent people in society.

But, Stephen Amoah prefers to sell palm oil as a side hustle to meet his financial obligations.

Stephen Amoah: Meet the Ghanaian MP who sells palm oil as a side hustle

Meet Stephen Amoah, the Ghanaian MP who sells palm oil as a side hustle.
Image: @crabbimedia
Source: UGC

Amoah recently approached a social media user, Joseph Oppong-Brenya, to sell his well-branded palm oil.

Sharing his experience in a post, Oppong-Brenya explained how he ended up becoming a customer of the MP.

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He recounted:

“While in Kumasi over the weekend, I went to Barnas, a popular eating place in Kumasi for lunch, and I met the Member of Parliament for Nyhiaeso and former MASLOC CEO, Stephen Amoah, popularly known as Sticka.

“After a long chat, he told me, ‘My brother, I’m selling palm oil’. It was like I didn’t hear him well so asked, what do mean? Then he repeated, “I’m selling bottled palm oil so you must buy some.”

He continued:

“I thought it was a joke, so I requested two bottles. He went to a Nissan hardbody pick-up, very unusual of a Ghanaian sitting MP driving a hard body pick-up, where he had packed the bottled palm oil.

“I bought two bottles from him, I thought he was even coming to eat, no, he was selling his palm oil.”

Read the full post by Joseph Oppong-Brenya below:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @LarriMeekiii went online to showcase the success he achieved for himself.

In a post on the platform on Monday, February 8, the man said that though the journey was tough, he was able to open his gas-selling shop in Ilorin, Kwara state.

The man, therefore, called on people to patronise him so he can break more barriers. Posting photos of his business, the man posed with the big cylinder he dispenses his products from.

Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Legit.ng. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books. He tweets @omotayome.

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